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Gingerbread Cookies

Item No. WLPROJ-8357

The more the merrier. Make dozens of gingerbread man cookies and Christmas tree-shaped sugar cookies for the holidays.

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  • Roll-Out Cookie Dough
  • Red Icing Pouch with Tips
  • Green Icing Pouch with Tips
  • Red Sparkling Sugar
  • White Nonpareils, 3 oz. - Cake Decorating Supplies
  • White Sugar Pearls
  • White Sparkling Sugar

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